Roman Waalpainting on a bridge in Nijmegen with woman cycling
Roman Waalpainting on a bridge in Nijmegen with woman cycling

Radboud Institute for Culture & History

The Radboud Institute for Culture & History (RICH) is a research institute that focuses on understanding the complexities of the past and present of Europe in a changing world. We research how texts, ideas, and cultural objects migrate across time and place and inquire into their roles in new contexts, for instance in maintaining or disrupting inequalities or by providing tools and strategies for coping.

Highlights

Eric Moormann

Sarton Medal awarded to Eric Moormann

On 22 February, Prof. Eric Moormann will receive a Sarton Medal from the Sarton Committee of Ghent University in the atrium of the faculty library.

Matthias van Rossum

Matthias van Rossum appointed professor by special appointment Global Histories of Labour and Colonialism

Radboud University and the International Institute of Social History (IISH) are jointly establishing the Special Chair in Global Histories of Labour and Colonialism, to be filled by Matthias van Rossum from 1 February 2024.

Events

Meeting research group 'The Eighties' with Bart Stol

Radboud Ancient and Medieval Lecture Series: Hans Lamers

Auschwitz-Birkenau in the 21st century: Preserving heritage in a digital age

Visiting address

The Radboud Institute for Culture and History is located in the Erasmus Building in Nijmegen.

Erasmusplein 1
6525 HT Nijmegen

Contact

Get in touch with the research institute by contacting the RICH office. Follow us on Twitter.